But as known, I do not believe that. Therefore here the story I cannot understand.
I create a (Grub4Dos managed) ISO and / or UFD.
They contain 4 different PEs:
- PE1 read only
- PE1 with RAM boot
All PE? map the boot ISO / UFD to a (user choosable) drive letter, in the test case U: BTW: Using Y: (which is used by less flexible projects instead of <free choice:> does not make any difference.
The application Opera.exe is used by all PE?s, but stored only once on the ISO / UFD \localised programs>. The nativeEx_multiPE shortcut functionality links to the "actual situation"
A screen shoot of the booting PE3:
All "My-Known-Drives" letters are correct, and Opera links to an usable drive U:
Logically the same result we have with PE2.
Everything seems to work fine. Here also Opera links to an usable drive U: (Clicking the shortcut opens Opera with WEB connection). And under cmd "dir <known drive>" works well.
And the Voodoo part: Explorer has no knowledge about the current configuration:
My question: (Regardless Wonko will answer with "Yes" or "No"):
Can somebody explain this Voodoo, and maybe tell me what I did wrong?